Tag Archives: Writing

Journaling at the End of the Day Could Increase Your Productivity

“We’ve talked about the benefits of journaling in the past, but a recent study shows that 15 minutes of reflection at the end of the day leads to better productivity. “

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100 things that made my year

I love a list, and this list is great! “Grilled pimento cheese with red onion and tomato sandwiches. Crying on airplanes. Watching Buster Keaton’s The General with J Dilla’s Donuts as the…”

Source: 100 things that made my year

“Mad Men” Creator Matthew Weiner’s Reassuring Life Advice For Struggling Artists | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

“Many years later I realized that if I had written only a couple of pages a day, I would’ve written 500 pages at the end of a year (and that’s not even working weekends). Any contribution you make on a daily basis is fantastic.”

via “Mad Men” Creator Matthew Weiner’s Reassuring Life Advice For Struggling Artists | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book” | RyanHoliday.net

“In other posts, we’ve talked about how to read more, which books to read, how to read books above your level and how to write. Well, the commonplace book is a thread that runs through all those ideas. It what ties those efforts together and makes you better at each one of them.”

via How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book” | RyanHoliday.net.

Get a Life, PhD: Ten ways you can write every day

“Once I decided I needed to be writing every day, my greatest challenge was to figure out what it meant to write every day. I asked myself, ‘What counts as daily writing?’

Over time, I came to realize that writing means a lot of things and that there are lots of ways to write every day.”

Get a Life, PhD: Ten ways you can write every day.

Face It: Your Decks Will Never Be Cleared | Vitae

“The reality is: Things never clear up. They don’t even reliably settle down. Your in box is always full. The decks are always crowded. There is always more going on than you want or expect. Nonetheless, you can find ways to put your writing first, and make sure that it gets done. Otherwise, everything but your writing will get done.”

via Face It: Your Decks Will Never Be Cleared | Vitae.